Friday, February 16, 2007

Nambour railcast on the way to Bundaberg


Nambour railcast
Originally uploaded by Austories.
Karen and I were invited to lead an Introduction to Digital Storytelling for Community Cultural Development workshop in Bundaberg on Saturday 17th February. It was great fun and, very sensibly, we opted to travel by train. It was our first trip on the tilt train and, quite frankly, it was great.

What a sophisticated way to travel. We were persuaded to book business class and were glad we did - room to do some workshop preparation, plug in laptops and mobile phone chargers and have a nice meal as well. All the time a very green and damp landscape rolled by for us to enjoy.

We managed to use our mobile phones to take photos and email them to our blogs like the photo above and one we created especially for the workshop. Not that there was coverage the whole time but there was usually enough around towns to get off an email to a blog or collect messages.

The Bundaberg crew was great and we are waiting to see how they go. I'm predicting a quite amazing digital storytelling community cultural development project is going to rise like a Wundabird from Wundaberg.

2 comments:

pearlz said...

Sounds great (: how are you both.

june

Austories said...

Hi June,
Yes it was. It was a while back however. We are both fine although too busy for words, or at least blog words anyway.

Lots of exciting work at the moment including the Living Books or Living Library project at the Brisbane City Council.

Good to hear from you. Hope all is well up north.
Daryll